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News@Law, 10/06/2015

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Supreme Court Plans to Highlight Revisions in Its Opinions
The Supreme Court announced on Monday that it would disclose after-the-fact changes to its opinions, a common practice that had garnered little attention until a law professor at Harvard wrote about it last year...“This is a welcome step by the court to correct a problem that has persisted for more than a century, and which was exacerbated in recent years by modern technology,” Professor [Richard] Lazarus said. “The court deserves praise for its willingness to make transparent its corrections of past mistakes in its slip opinions.” But slip opinions are early versions of the court’s rulings. It is not clear, Professor Lazarus said, whether the court would take additional steps later in the editing process, which can last five years before authoritative hardcover books are produced, to make all changes public.
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A Supreme Court Case for Fans of ‘The Wire’
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. It’s not often that “The Wire” comes to the U.S. Supreme Court. But Tuesday, in Ocasio v. U.S., a scenario ripped straight from the greatest television show ever made will be considered in the highest court in the land. It involves (of course) the Baltimore Police Department, corruption and wiretapping. And it raises an arcane-sounding legal question: Can you be convicted of conspiracy to commit extortion if your alleged co-conspirator is none other than the victim of your scheme?
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The National Law Journal
Supreme Court Confronts ‘Line-Standing,’ Secret Changes to Opinions (registration)
The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday a series of policy changes that respond to public complaints about secret changes to the justices’ decisions, hiring "line-standers" for high-profile oral arguments and "link rot" in the court’s rulings...The move appears to be a direct response to a 2014 Harvard Law review article on the "nonfinality" of court opinions. In the article, Harvard Law School professor Richard Lazarus revealed that changes, some of them substantial, were being made to already issued opinions without notice to the public. Lazarus is a longtime friend of Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. Lazarus on Monday called the new policy “certainly a very welcome step by the justices to correct a practice that had persisted for far too long...But Lazarus cautioned that the court's new policy "stops short of making transparent the changes made between the slip opinion and the final bound volume of the U.S. Reports. To address that problem, the court needs to make publicly available the changed pages that are used in publishing the final bound version of the court’s opinions."...The court also announced new procedures to confront "link rot," the phenomenon where web-based links that are included in court opinions disappear or become broken, making it difficult for scholars and others to recover materials that were pertinent to court decisions. A 2013 study by Harvard scholars including presidential candidate Lawrence Lessig found that 50 percent of links in Supreme Court opinions do not link to the originally cited information.
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